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Friday that the delirious, weakened Curiosity rover is currently hallucinating that it has discovered water on the Red Planet. Earlier this morning, mission control received an enthusiastic transmission from Curiosity indicating that it had detected
Discoverynews.com is reporting that the site where NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity landed last year definitely contains at least one ancient lakebed where colonies of simple, rock-eating micro-organisms existed, and which have current
NASA's Mars rover has discovered signs of a large lake that one time disperse along the barren red exterior of the planet. The superficial lagoon could have been dwelling to life lasting numerous centuries or much longer.<
Scientists analyzing data gathered by NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Curiosity rover mission have uncovered evidence pointing to an ancient lake once having existed on Mars that may have been able to support life. Their
Video Video The Canadian Press Video Aptly titled, therefore, the British-Irish production, directed by Ruairi Robinson, may represent the final opportunity we have to imagine Mars as a place where malevolent alien forces await the unwary human
A rock discovered in the Sahara Desert is the oldest Martian meteorite ever found, scientists believe. Earlier research had suggested it was about two billion years old, but new tests indicate the rock actually dates to 4.4 billion years ago. The
20 November 2013 2 View comments A Martian meteorite dug up by Bedouin tribesmen in the Sahara dates back almost 4.5 billion years and could contain the secret to the red planet once harbouring life. The rock is believed to be the oldest recognised
India launched its first spacecraft to Mars on Tuesday, a Test of the emerging Asian nation’s low-cost technology that could help it join a small club of space agencies to have explored the red planet. India’s space
British TV shows that travel well across the pond There's something about the way Brits do TV that can be as refreshing as a spot of tea. Perhaps it's the wacky sense of humor, or the even-shorter-than-cable seasons that leave little room for filler.
In an astonishing new discovery, the NASA Mars rover Curiosity has found that though appearing barren and lifeless, Martian soil actually contains a good amount of water, discovering this in its latest analysis of soil samples on the red planet.